Saturday, August 13, 2011

Without a Name

I can't find a name for this pendant. It looks like a cake with a cream, isn't it? :))

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Two Pendants

I'm very lazy person. This pendant was made about two month ago, but it was bother for me to photograph it.  I made it being inspirited by beautiful works of Laura McCabe.
And I loved it so much that immediately made another one:
I named it after the name of its new owner, a very pretty and beautiful girl.

There were used Czech glass buttons, Swarovski stones and even vintage stone made in Czechoslovakia!

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Mint Ice

Embroidered necklace is made from two parts connected by closures on each side of the neck. There were used vintage Czech glass stones and beads, and tiny Japanese seed beads.

Friday, March 18, 2011


It is a new pendant with czech glass button. It was very difficult to make it because the button is iridescent. In order to highlight the button I mixed eight types of seed beads and countless fire-polished round czech beads.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

I want to show you my collection of czech glass buttons:
Each of them is a work of art.
Here you can read about how they are made. And it is my new project with a button:

Saturday, February 19, 2011


Another pendant with czech glass button (I have a lot of buttons :)) ).  It seems to me that it is something eastern in this pendant. Something harem.

The Order of the Dragonfly

This pendant was beaded with tiny japanese 15/0 seed beads. The central element is czech glass button. The flower is carved opalite.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

I have returned! :)

There so many things have been happened since I wrote here last time. First of all I have finished my education at last and have received an MSc degree of medicine. The last few months were intense, but they have passed and moreover I have got a job of my dream. But, despite everything, all free time I devote to beading.
For successful graduation from university I made a present to myself - a good camera – Nikon D90. For the present it is more "clever" than I ;) , however I hope to cope with it with time and to make more professional photos :)